Posts by Veronika Nagy

Sacramento Bee Reviews “The Impression”

Sacramento Bee Art Correspondent, Victoria Dalkey, gives “The Impression: A Print Survey” exhibit an “impressive” review. Read the entire article here. Thank you to all of our talented artists for making this a memorable exhibition!    

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Bryan Valenzuela and Benjamin Hunt Artist Talks Saturday – 3rd Saturday Reception

Join us in celebrating the exhibitions Benjamin Hunt + Bryan Valenzuela, West Coast, Best Coast and Next Generation. Artist Talks by Benjamin Hunt + Bryan Valenzuela: 5-6pm RSVP to Jennifer@bluelinearts.org FREE Opening Reception Benjamin Hunt + Bryan Valenzuela, West Coast, Best Coast and Next Generation: 6-9pm FREE ADMISSION Live music by Be Here Now – George Sheldon…

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Roseville Mayor Carol Garcia Visits Blue Line Arts

  Roseville Mayor Carol Garcia visited the gallery and the GATE students this morning.  Garcia spend time with the students disscussing their projects and answering city planning questions. Many thanks to Mayor Garcia for visiting! Current Exhibitions at Blue Line Arts

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Victoria Dalkey Reviews By Hand in Sacramento Bee

Art Correspondent, Victoria Dalkey, gives By Hand a wonderful review in the Sacramento Bee. Read the entire article here. Thank you to out partners at the Creative Arts League of Sacramento and all our amazing artists for making this a spectacular exhibition.

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Interview with Artist Mason Hershenow

Featured artist, Mason Hershenow, comments on photography as a medium, personal influences, Sacramento as a place amid great change and the future of his work. Hershenow’s solo exhibition On The Rise: The Quiet Capitol is on view through November 18th in the WestPark Workshop Gallery.   When did you first get involved in photography?  I’ve pretty much always been interested…

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Blue Line Arts Voted Best Place to Buy Art in Sacramento

Blue Line Arts  has been voted “the best place to buy art in Sacramento” by Sacramento Magazine readers. “Our curators, Tony Natsoulas and Katie Curler, have keen eyes and instinct,” said Blue Line Arts CEO Julie Hirota. ” The two continually seek out excellent art for every exhibit and our visitors become collectors.” Blue Line Arts…

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Art Review: 30 Painters to Collect

“30 Painters to Collect” at Blue Line Arts in Roseville brings together 15 established artists, many of them teachers or former teachers, with, for the most part, 15 lesser-known artists they have chosen as worthy of greater recognition… Read full article here

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